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Wunderpus Liveaboard Boat in Komodo National Park


Regarded as one of the coral triangles crowning jewels, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world encompassing over 17,000 islands.

Nutrient-rich currents known as the Indonesian throughflow pass through these water creating spectacular biodiversity with over 600 species of coral and over 3000 species of reef fish.

Indonesia has a wide variety of dive locations due to these environmental circumstances and this makes it an ideal location to understand the health of the oceans and some of the threats it currently faces.

Bali & Nusa Penida

From manta and mola encounters around Nusa Penida to wreck diving in Tulamben and critter hunting in Ahmed – Bali and Nusa Penida have something for every diver.

Komodo National Park

The Komodo islands have long enticed many divers to venture below to witness the sheer majesty of the oceans. Strong currents bring an abundance of nutrients which in turn supports vast reef ecosystems. Komodo has always had an allure of mystery and nowhere more can this be seen then underwater where these waters provide an environment for anything from Palaegics through to the smallest of critters.

Lembeh & Sulawesi

Regarded as a macro heaven – Lembeh provides fantastic opportunities to see some of the strange things that live within our oceans


Raja Ampat

Raja is celebrated as one of the coral triangles’ most diverse bodies of water. With crystal clear waters containing a vast array of species, Raja has something to entice even the most seasoned of divers

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